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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 1 October 1891

E&LBERIT I AULL, E~DITOR. ELBERT IL AULL, Prop W3LP. HOUS- At NEWBERRY. S. C. TM.URSDAY, OCTOBEI" 1, 191. LET THE ISSUE BE r,AIRLY JOINED. There seems to be in this State now three factions in the Democratic party. Those in the Alliance who want the Ocala platform and its demands, other who oppose these demands and still be long to the Alliance, and may be termed the Tillman men. Still another sect, who oppose the demands of the Ocala platform and still oppose Till taan, and may be called the anti-Till man men. All oflhese Mlong to the Democratic arty, or claim to be Derocrats. Now the question is how to get all these factions together. It is true this is an off year in poli:ics, but in as much as so much politics has already been ta'ked, and we see this division among our people, we had as well start in time to get them together. It seems to us that every boiv who goes into the Demoeratie priinaries ought to be bound by the results ol those frimaries. Every man in these primari...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 1 October 1891

Local and S-eciaj. For Sale. A desirable lot in Helena with four room cottage. A pply at Salter's photo graph gailery. tf Ice House Will be open every Sunday S to 9.30 a. m.; 12 to 1 p. m1.; 6 to 7.3 p). in. Ice tickets for sale at my store. tf SA.x B. Jo.N%. The prettiest and nicest line of Car pet Samples ever seen in the city. Call and select your carpets. W; take pleasure in showing tbem. At LEA VERL & SPEERS. A Prosperity Commission. A commission was issued yesterday to the Prosperity Ginuiug and Manu facturing Company. The capital stock is $500, and the corporators are H. C. Moseley, J. P. Bowers, D. M. Langford, W. A. Moseley.-The State, Sept. 30. The Rutherlord School. The Rutherford District school will open on the first Monday in Novem ber. Those outside the district desiring to attend can obtain board, at reason able rates, by applying to the Secretary of the Board of Trustees, Mr. John A. Cromer, Reubens, S. C. Any informationion concerning the course of study will b...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 1 October 1891

PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT iEWBER RY S. C. "DON'T MARFY LITELARY MEN." r.'Andrew Lang Says that they Make Terrible Husbands. [From the Longman's Magazine.] The moral for ladies is, "Don't marry literary men." The marriages of au Sors have becn wretchedly out of all proportion to the common lot. The reason is not only that authors are vain and irritable and flighty and absorbed, like artists, in their work. The true or chief cause of married misery among writers is probably this: They do their 'work at home. Now. brickl-vors, sol diers, doctors, barristers, Clerks and most men do tlair work away from ome;-Domes:ic troubles about ser vants, children, butchers, dressmakers, cannot be launched on them while they are occupied with their business. Nor do they, in turn, bring preoccu pation with briefs, or bricks, or clients or what not, into their domestic circle. Bul Mrs. Literary Man is apt to rush in upon the solitude of Geni;s with some "terrible tale from the baker's," while Genius,...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 8 October 1891

0 --- h Iry them and see. Foot's oldstand W.M. Sherard&C. LOWTABLIE ED_18_.rEIRRY, S. C. THULTRSDAY, OCTER 8,1891. A R ESTABLISHED 1865. NEV DEFENUE OF THE ALLIANCE PLAN. Any Alliance Man can Vote According to his Convictions, but Macune, Stokes and Talbert Say that when the Alliance Majority has Decided on a Policy every Mem ber of the Alliance Is Bound to Support it. COLUMBIA, September25.- Sedretary of the State Tindal banded the follow ing this morning to this correspondent for publication in the News and Cou rier: To the E ditor of The News and Cour ier: Your paper and some other daily papers have assumed an attitude to wards the Alliance which bodes evil to the whole State. The people who are not eiigible to membership in the Alliance are taught to believe that the farmers are seeking to rule them through a secret, oath bound political society. This is not true. The secrets of the Alliance are for business and social purposes. When one enters a store to buy a piece of good...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 8 October 1891

H. kULL, EDITOR. ELBERT H. AULL, Pr6prietors. WM . HOUSEAL, NEWBERRY. S. C. THUUSDAY, OCTOBER -, 1S91. nOW IS TME Y(GHTTO -E MADE The News and Courier and the Green ville News have been indulging :a a 4ittle cross-firiug as to the Ocala de wands and Democracy, all of which has grown out of the question raised about fighting the Ocala demands in side the Democratic primaries. We are inclined to think the Green - ville News is right. The thing should be fought squarely out in the Demo cratic primaries. Some good and true nien-membe:s of the Democratic or gaoi-:ation, who have stood shoulder to shoulder for good and horlest gov ernment, want these demands. If a majority of the Democrats of this State decide to adopt this Ocala platform we have nothing left to do but to adopt or go out of the party. What is Democ racy, any how? Is it not the rule of the people? Iu a republican form of government the majority rules, but it does not suppress the right of free sp .4 and free thought. We :h...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 8 October 1891

Local and .Special. Ei The Cottoi Market. The Herald and News gives below the cotton market of Columbia, Au gusta and Charleston as found in yes terday's daily papers. The staple was selling in Newberry yesterday for SC.81 for good middling and 7{@S fo- middling. COLUXLYA, S. C., Oct. 6.- Market steady; good middling 8 1-4; strict Luid d1ing 8 1-16; middling 7 15-16. ALGUSTA, Oct. 6.-Cotton quiet; middling 8 1-16, receipts 3,270; sales 2, 065. CHARLESTON, Oct. 6.-Cotton firm; middling 8, receipts 4,338; sales 3,000. To the Ladies. W. T. Tarrant has just received a beautiful stock of fall millinery goods, of all the latest styles of ladies' hats, trimmings and ribbons, together with _l the latest novelties at prices to suit every lady. Call and see. tf. A New Sign. Klettner has gotten up a new sign, about which he tells you in another column. He gives the black eye to all competitors on his speck' bargain counter. A Big Land.Sale. Saleday in November will be a big day in Newberry. In...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 8 October 1891

PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT NEWBERRY. S. C. HE WAS A LITTLE TOo) LATE. A Talc of Cojnaal Infelicity In the Penn sylvania Backwoods. I was riding along one of the moun tain roads of northern Pennsylvania recently, and had got up into the hills about four miles from the railroad sta tion at Geetown, when I met a wild looking man qn horseback with a bundle in front of him. He was evi dently a denizen of the lumber woods. He pulled up his horse when he met me, and exclaimed i1L anxious tones: "Say, boss! Y'didn't meet a feller drivin' a mule to a buckboard wagon anywhar on yer way up, did y'?" "Yes, I did," replied, for I had. "Were he gettin' along at a tol'able stiff'gait?" asked the anxious woods man. "Yes, he was, come to think of it," I replied. "Seem ez if he were goin' to git thar' did he?" said the lumberman. "Get where?" I asked. "To Geetown." "Tbere'sno doubt about it," I said. "Were tha a womai with him, did y'notice?" asked the man. "Yes, there was," replied. "Cross-eyed?" q...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 8 October 1891

The "Famous" ~RtELV 10 CEN(TElS, WILL MAKE YOU SMILE Zj WiHEN Y(.)HE,R LISTEN TO THEIR I I F~I~~~HGO ORI~V LOW PRICES -ON--/~iac GIass and Tinwaie ' ry the *m and see. Foot'sOld"tand W. M. Sherard & Co. NEBRR,S_C.TURDY OCTOE8,19.PIE$.0AYA ESTABLISHED 1865. DEFENCE OF THE ALLIANCE PLAN. Any Alliance Man can Vote Accord!ng to his Convictions. but Macune, Stokes and Talbert Say that when the Alliance Majority has Decided on a Policy every Mew ber of the Alliance is Bound to Support it. COLUMAIA, September 25.- Secretary of the State Tindal banded the follow ing this morning to this correspondent for publication in the News and Cou rier: To the E ditor of The News and Cour ier: Your paper and some other daily papers have assumed an attitude to wards the Alliance which bodes evil to the whole State. The people who are not eligible to membership in the Alliance are taught to believe that the farmers are seeking to rule them through a secret, oath bound political society. This is not t...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 8 October 1891

ELBERT . AULL, EDITOI. ELBERT IL AULL, Proprietors. WM. OU. OSEA Ae NEWBERRY, S. C, -HURSDAY, OCTOBER S, 1S91. HOW IS THE F(GHT TO BE MA DE ? The News and Courier and the Green vi".e News have been indulging in a little cross-tiriug as to the Ocala de mands and Democracy, all of which has grown out of the question raised about fighting the Ocala demands in side the Democratic primaries. We are inclined to think the Green vile News is right. The thing should be fought squarely out in the Demo cratic primaries. Some good and true men-members of the Democratic or gaaikation, who have stood shoulder to shoulder for good and honest gov ernment. want these demands. If a majority of the Denociats of this State decide to adopt this Ocala platform we have nothing left to do but to adopt or go out of the party. What is Democ racy, any how? Is it not the rule of the people? In a republican form of government the majority rules, but it does not suppress the right of free speech and free thought...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 8 October 1891

Local and. Special The Cotton Market. The Herald and News gives below the cotton iarket of Columbia, Au gusta and Charleston as fouild in yes terday's daily papers. The staple was selling in Newberry yesterday for 8(-81 for good middling and TWS fo middling. COLU.NTA, S. C., Oct. 6.- Market steady; good middling 8 1-4; strict mid dling 8 1 -16; middling 7 15-16. ALGUSTA, Oct. 6.-Cotton quiet; middling 8 1-16, receipts 3,270; sales 2, 065. CHARLESTON, Oct. 6.-Cotton firm; middling 8, receipts 4,,38; sales 3,000. To the Ladies. W. T. Tarrant has just received a beautiful stock of fall willinery goods, of all the latest styles of ladies' bats, trimmings and ribbons, together with all the latest novelties at prices to suit every lady. Call and see. tf. A New Sign. Klettner has gotten up a new sign, about which he tells you in another column. He gives the black eye to all competitors on his special bargain counter. A Big Land Sale. Saleday in November will be a big day in Newberry. In ad...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 8 October 1891

PUBLISHED EVERY TH1URSDAY AT NEWBERRY S. C. HE WAS A LITTLE TOO LATE. A Tale of Conjugal Infelicity in the Penn sylvania Backwoods. I was riding along one of the moun tain roads of northern Pennsylvania recently, and bad got up into the hills about four miles from the railroad sta tion at Geetown, when I met a wild looking man on horseback with a bundle in front of him. He was evi dently a denizen of the lumber woods. He pulled up his horse when he met me, and exclaimed in anxious tones: "Say, boss! Y'didn't meet a feller drivin' a mule to a buckboard wagon anywhar on yer way up, did y'?" "Yes, I did," replied, for I had. "Were he gettin' along at a tol'able stiff gait?" asked the anxious woods man. "Yes, he was, come to think of it," I replied. "Seem ez if he were goin' to git thar' did he?" said the lumbermau. "Get where?" I asked. "To Geetown." "Tbere's'no doubt -about it," I said. "Were-tha a woman with him, did y'notice?" asked the man. "Yes, there was," replied. "Cross-eyed?" ...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 15 October 1891

$C "lET YOUL LIGHT SHINE." SHERARD & 1IOR W~ILL FUTXIiIl THE~ ArmMUHCHAE KEROSINE OIL AT 13 CTS. -PER -ALLUN Go and See their Wonderful FOOT'S OLD STAND. tjos l Sad ~MEI ESTABLISHED 186F RA YR ESTABLISHED 1865. NEWBERRY, S. C., THURSDAY, OCTOBER1,19-PII 15 K CHARLES S. PARNELL DEAD. Friends and Foes Surprised and Shocked by his Sudden End-The Famnous Leader Returns from Ireland-Takes to His Bed, and Dies in Four Days. LoNDON, Oct. 7.-Mr. Parnell died at Brighton. His death was the result of a chill caught last week. He took to his bed on Friday last, and died at Walsingham 'terrace at 11:30 o'clock last night. Great Brirain and Ireland were startled this morning by the ut terly unlooked-for announcement. It has been well known that Mr. Parnell has not enjoyed the best of health for years past, and it has been noticed and widely commented upon, that since the O'Shea divorce developments be came a matter of public notoriety, and since the political trouble came upon him, the Irish...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 15 October 1891

H AULL, EDITOI. -ELBERT H. AULL, pro WM. P. HOUSRAT P NEWBER RY.. S. C. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1S91. HOW IS THIS? We find the following preamble and resolutions in the last issue of the Ocoree News. Are these resolutions the result of the political light and education of the Alliance lecturCrs who have been doing missionary work in and around Oconee? Are our farm ers in favor of any such scheme as is proposed by the Burns' Mills Alliance No. 10S3? This is a great scheme. We wonder if Burns' Mills Alliance No. 10S3 has thought what proportson of this fert'!;zer manufactured under this scheme the railroads, factories and cor porations and people living in cities and ton.s would get. They pay State taxes. But then Burns' Mills Alliance No. 1083 is not serious. It is only fvi 3:ing. Here are the resolutions: Editor Oconee News:--I am requested to furnish you for publication the following preamble and resolution adopted by this Alliance No. 1083, at its last meeting, to wit: WHEREAS, !atu...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 15 October 1891

Local and Special. Marriage. Mr. Jacob H. Ruff left Newberry yesterday morning for Sligh's, where, at 1 o'clock, he was wed to Miss Alice Wertz, daughter of Dr. D. H. Wertz. The Rev. J. A. Sligh officiated. Child Burned to Death. Coroner Buist held an inquest on Tuesday on the body of a four-year old negro child that was burned to death Monday on Mr. P. C. Smith's place. The child was in the house with one or two sm:.Iler children, and in some way caught ti.-e with fatal result. -Persons desiring to purchase Cotton Seed Hulls can now now secure them at the Newberry Oil Mill. tf. Reduced Rates. The rate from Newberry to the Au gusta Exposition is 4.20 for the round trip, and 50 cents for an admission cou pon. Special excursions on Tuesday and Thursday of each week at $2.60 for the round trip, limited to five days. Tickets on sale from the 1st to 27th of November. The rates from Prosperity are the same. 200,000 Shingles. For sale at $2.00 per thousand by tf Shockley Bros. For Sale. A ...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 15 October 1891

UBLPUSBED EVERY THURSDAY AT NEWBER13Y, S. C. 90. ALL ABOUT DATEZ. An Interesting Article on the Subject. [Greenville News.] Out of each one of the three hundred and sixty-five days of every year things _of importance to a great many people happen. Many newspapers print every day the notable historical events c which that day is the anniversary, and a queer jumble they make of happen ings and times-great battles of one century, births of great men of others, noted discoveries, important political achievements over a range of a thou sand years or so. These, however, are not the dates that live in the memo ries of most people. We learn at school tbe'year William the Conqueror landed, the day King Charles' head was chop ped off, the time of the Diet of Worms and all that and forgot it as fast and as soon as the operation can be performed. Most of us know when Washington was born and the declaration of inde pendence was sigued because holidays every year remind us of them; and the old so...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 15 October 1891

| "ET YOUR LIGHT SINE" r- i'WILLh FURIfTHE,1P lVlA~2T~ KERS FBY BUYING YOUR SO MUC CEAPER AT 3 CTSI > Go and See t~SHERARD & MINOR STAND ~i'~~Foot's Old Stand. FOOETS 1865 N B Y ., U DCO111P E 5A ii~STABLISIED 1bo~.-EWBERRY, S. C., TUURSD,AY OTOBE1 5 81 ESPRICES$1D508A5YEAR CHARLES S. PARNELL DEAD. Friends and Foet Surprit!d and Shocked by his Sudden End-The Famous Leader Returns from Ireland-Takes to His Bed, and Dies in Four Days. LoxDON, Oct. 7.-MIr. Parnell died at flrighton. His death was the result of a chill caught last week. He took to his bed on Friday last, and died at Walsingham terrace at 11:30 ('clock last night. Great Britain and Ireland were startled this morning by the ut terly unlooked-for announcement. It has been well known that 31r. Parnell has not enjoyed the best of health for years past, and it has been noticed and widely commented upon, that since the O'Shea divorce developments be came a matter of public notoriety, and since the political trouble came...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 15 October 1891

ELBERT M~ AULL, EDITOR. E,BERT H. AULL, t Proprietors. Wy. p. HOUSEA L NEWBERRY, S. C, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1S91. HOW IS THIS? We find the following preamble and resolutions in the last issue of the Oconee News. Are these resolutions the result of the po'itical light and education of the Alliance lecturers who have been doing missionary work in and around Oconee? Are our farm er in favor of any such scheme as is proposed by the Burus' ills Alliance No. lOS1? This is a great scheme. We wonder if Burns' Mills Alliance No. 103 has thought what proportson of this fertilizer manufactured under this :cheme the railroads, factories and cor porations and people living in cities and to-vs would get. They pay State taxes. But then Burns' Mills Afliance No. 1083 is not serious. It is only funning. Here are the resolutions: Editor Oconee News:-I am requested to furnish you for publication the following preamble and resolution adopted by this Alliance No. 10S3, at its last meeting, to wit: WHER...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 15 October 1891

Local and Secial. Marriage. Mr. Jacob H. Ruff left Newberry yesterday morning for Sligh's, where, at 1 o'clock, he was wed to Miss Alice Wertz, daughter of Dr. D. H. Wertz. The Rev. J. A. Sligh officiated. Child Burned to Death. Coroner Buist held an inquest on Tuesday on the body of a four-year old negro child that was burned to deat Monday on Mr. P. C. Smith's place. The child was in the house with one or two smalle' children, and in some way caught fire with fatal result. i Persons desiring to purchase Cotton Seed Hulls can now now secure them a the Newberry Oil Mill. tf. reduced Rates. The rate from Newberry to the Au gusta Exposition is $4.20 for the round trip, and 50 cents for an admission cou pon. Special excursions on Tuesday and Thursday of each week at $2.60 for the round trip, limited to five days. Tickets on sale from the 1st to _7th of November. The rates from Prosperity are the same. 200,000 Shingles. For sale at $2.00 per thousand by tf Shockley Bros. For Sale. A des...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 15 October 1891

FUBLISHED EV.ERY THURSDAY AT NEWBERRY S. C. ALL ABOUT DATES. An Interesting Article on the subject.s [Greenville News.] Out of each one of the three hundred and sixty-five days of every year things of importance to a great many people happen. Many newspapers print every day the notable historical events of which that day is the anniversary, and a queerJumble they make of happen ings and times-great battles of one century. births of great men of others, noted discoveries, important political achievements over a range of a thou sand years or so. These, however, are not the dates that live in the memo ries of most people. We learn at school the'year William the Conqueror landed, th-day King Charles' head was chop ped off, the time of the Diet of Worms and all_tbAt.And forgot it as fast and as soon as the operation can be performed. Most of us know when Washington was born and the declaration of inde pendence was signed because holidays every yQar remind us of them; and the old soldiers...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 22 October 1891

"LET YOUl LIGHT 811.IN" iRm & IR WILL FURXISH THE KEROSINE OIL AT 13 CTS. ---PER (iALLON Go and See tlir Wonderful Bargains. FOOT'S OLD STAND. E STA-BIISHED 1865_-7-7777= THE ALLIANCE TAX. What the Farners Pay for Political Instruc tion and Driving Away the Darkness Do the Returni Justify the Outlay. [Greenv.lle News.] It is none of our business as the money does not come out of our pockets and every man has a right to spend his own as be likes, but we are moved to wonder by the great sums of money paid by alliance members in the way of dues and fees. The initiation fee is fifty cents and the dues are a dollar a year. This is not much. The dues are equal to a mill tax on a thousand dol lars worth of property. Yet many of those who pay it cheerfully would pro test vigorously against an increase of their taxes by the same amount. Fur thermore, the members of the Alliance are usually men who comlain much of the army of office holders drawing salaries, fees and expenses from the peo...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
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